Our International Alumni Ambassadors are volunteer alumni around the world who represent us in their country. Our African Alumni Ambassadors are happy to be the point of contact between Anglia Ruskin and alumni in their country, helping us to maintain our relationship with our international alumni and those living and working overseas. Our ambassadors help host events for fellow alumni, serve as a contact for students in their area who are interested in Anglia Ruskin, and assist our academic staff and students travelling or studying abroad.
We’d like to expand our Ambassador Network to cover as many countries as possible, so have a look below and if there isn’t an Ambassador in your country and you’d like to volunteer, please send us an email by clicking the yellow button below.
Ambassador: Emmanuel Kweku Oduro
City of residence: Accra
Studied: MBA International, 2008
Ambassador: Gondo Gbanyangbe
City of residence: Conakry, Guinea
Studied: MBA Business Administration, 2008
Ambassador: The Rt Revd Moses Masamba Nthukah
City of residence: Siakago
Studied: MA Pastoral Theology, 2001
Ambassador: Jose Francisco Costa Cánovas
City of residence: Marrakech
Studied: BA (Hons) European Philosophy & Literature & Film Studies, 2004
Ambassador: Mackdonald Masatu Maganga
City of residence: Dar es Salaam
Studied: MBA International, 2011
Our staff and our academics often travel overseas. To keep up with where they will be next, visit our country pages for information on the events they'll be at next.
You can also help us at our international recruitment events and meet prospective students. If you’d like to meet with our representatives and catch up with what’s going on at Anglia Ruskin, please email us at email@example.com.
The British Council is an organisation with a presence in over 100 countries. If we know about any overseas British Council events, we’ll post this information on the Events & Lectures section of the Alumni News page. If you’d like to receive invites for these events, please make sure we have your email address. You can also visit the British Council website to see if there’s anything happening in your country that may be of interest to you.